Mountain View Hops, LLC was established in January 2018 with an initial focus on providing quality propagated hop plants to growers across Virginia. We have done multi-year studies on many different varieties since 2016 to narrow down which publicly available cultivars appear to grow well in our climate.
As MVH has grown, we have steadily branched out into other secondary markets with our hops. We are now a multi-tiered business that boasts an agricultural division, body care division, and candle works division. All of which use our own hops from our hopyard!
Our hops cones have been used in local beers, wines, and kombucha, while our nursery plants have been sold to customers all around the Mid-Atlantic region. Our candle and body care divisions have sold products to customers all over the United States and abroad. With this amount of diversification and product lines, Mountain View Hops continues to expand each year.
We are as much an agricultural business as we are a retail outlet and educational class. In all of our dealings, we strive to adhere to our three core values of Quality, Affordable, and Dependable. We pledge to our customers that we will always do our best to provide Quality products at an Affordable price with consistent Dependability.
Feel free to browse our website to see all the exciting ways hops can be enjoyed in your life. Hops are not just for beer anymore and we've proven that with our business model. If you would like to reach out to us with any questions or comments, please feel free to Contact Us. We look forward to serving you in the future.
MVH was featured in the Roanoke Times for our hop growing endeavors. Hops are a tough crop to grow in this region, and we are proud to be a part of this emerging industry. Please take a moment to read the article which details interviews from MVH, and also from fellow hops growers, brewers, and researchers.
MVH was asked to be part of the Hopnology podcast series. We discussed many topics relating to our business models, hop cultivation, marketing, and more. Click the link to the right to listen to the episode.